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    Which Song was Number One on the Day of your Birth? This Website - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of...ne_singles_(UK) - will tell you. It might also provide Amusement if you post some Witty Comment detailing whether or not you like the Song that is assigned to you.

    The Song that was Number One on the Day of my Birth was the super-classy: (Everything I Do) I Do It For You, by Bryan Adams, which managed in fact to hold the Number One Spot for 16 of 1991's 52 weeks.

    I am struggling to think of a Witty Comment that adequately expresses my Disgust.
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    Oh god, Wet Wet Wet's cover of With A Little Help From My Friends...
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    "Nothing's gonna stop us now" by Starship. Don't know what that sounds like. A few months later and I'd have been Rickrolled.
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    Color Me Bad - I Want to Sex You Up :sexface:
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    (Original post by matrix15)
    Color Me Bad - I Want to Sex You Up :sexface:

    Niiiiiiice. I'm a fan. :sexface: :sexface: :sexface: :sexface:

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    "Nothing's gonna stop us now" by Starship. Don't know what that sounds like. A few months later and I'd have been Rickrolled.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5PP1HEFlkdY

    I love their Hair.
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    Never heard of it:

    Beats International - Dub be Good to Me

    I'm going to youtube it and let you know what I think
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    Oh God no.

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    Oh good lord :sigh:

    Bombalurina - "Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Yellow Polka Dot Bikini"
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    (Original post by kuntimagee)
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5PP1HEFlkdY

    I love their Hair.
    Oh it's that song. Thought I'd recognise it when I heard it.
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    wet wet wet - goodnight girl


    and don't diss everything i do i do it for you! my mum went to see robin hood at the cinema when she was pregnant with me and when the song came on, it was the first time i kicked
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    (Original post by SiaSiaSia)
    ...when the song came on, it was the first time i kicked
    You were probably trying to run away.
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    Jive Bunny and The Mastermixers- Swing the Mood
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    all around the world - lisa stansfield
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    (Original post by matrix15)
    Color Me Bad - I Want to Sex You Up :sexface:
    Same here :top:
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    Freddie Mercury "Living on My Own"
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    Want to know how old I am eh. It was Jimmy Nail - Ain't No Doubt. Quite close to having Rhythm is a Dancer though.
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    Bryan Adams "(Everything I Do) I Do It for You"

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    (Original post by Adamn)
    Bryan Adams "(Everything I Do) I Do It for You"


    You and I both, Adamn. :o:
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    are there ANY good ones?

    mines right said fred - deeply dippy.


    oh no no no no. its one of those songs which are so bad, theyre sort of good. for ALL the wrong reasons...
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    Madonna - Get into the groove.

    The only thing I find strange is that I don't like dancing - and this is basically an over the top version of how people normally try and convince me. If anyone saw The Big Fat Quiz of the Year, Charlie Brooker/David Mitchell basically hold the exact same views/experiences on dancing as I do (as well as just about everything else...).
 
 
 
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